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Eric Pantano
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Chemistry teacher in Madison, WI. I teach Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, and AP Chemistry. I also teach Genetic Biotechnology. 100% Flipped Classroom, and 95% paperless.
Chemistry teacher in Madison, WI. I teach Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, and AP Chemistry. I also teach Genetic Biotechnology. 100% Flipped Classroom, and 95% paperless.

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Hello, Eric Pantano, Edgewood High School. I teach Chemistry, Chemistry Honors, AP Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry. I teach in a flipped learning environment, with an emphasis on differentiated instruction (differentiation by process mostly, some by product). Happy to share anything I can; looking for new ideas to use with my classes.

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Chemical Misconceptions: The Truth About Turkey...
As we get closer to Thanksgiving, I am reminded of an argument I had with a friend years ago as to the contribution of turkey - more specifically, the amino acid L-Tryptophan - on our typical feelings of lethargy and sleepiness after the big Thanksgiving me...
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The Fun Equation Revisited
Author's Note: This is a re-posting of an article I wrote a few years ago.  The blog in which I wrote the original is now defunct, but I loved this little piece, so I'm re-publishing it. When I was in college, one of my best friends introduced me to the ide...
The Fun Equation Revisited
The Fun Equation Revisited
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The Flipped Classroom: It's Not ALL About the Videos (But It Is a Little)
Recently, I read this article about how easy it is to make videos for your flipped classroom, and why you shouldn't be afraid to take the leap.  While I entirely agree with this in principle, something at the end of the post caught my eye.  The author write...
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The Quantum Physics of Santa Clause!
This is just a short post that I thought was a long time in coming. It seems there are people out there who doubt the existence of Santa. I know, right? Now normally, I'd respond with something quaint about how Santa lives in your heart, and if you truly be...
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It's nearly Thanksgiving, so here's a post I wrote a few years back, trying to dispel the myths about turkey - it doesn't make you sleepy!
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Chemical Misconceptions - The Truth About Turkey and Tryptophan
As we get closer to Thanksgiving, I am reminded of an argument I had with a friend years ago as to the contribution of turkey - more specifically, the amino acid L-Tryptophan - on our typical feelings of lethargy and sleepiness after the big Thanksgiving me...
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Spent a few days in Michigan at FlipCon 2015.  It was amazing and transformative, and I'm excited to get back to school! 
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Notes From FlipCon 2015
So, I'm attending FlipCon 2015 - a workshop/conference for educators interesting in the flipped classroom model of teaching.  Those who know me are well aware of my love for flipping, and so, being here is quite exciting.  I thought I'd jot a few thoughts a...
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